transport properties

transport properties

[′tranz‚pȯrt ‚präp·ərd·ēz]
(physics)
Properties of a compound or material associated with mass or heat transport; for example, viscosity and thermal conductivity of liquids, gases, or solids.
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The subject of this order is a device for measuring magnetic torque and electrical transport properties of samples in magnetic fields of at least 3T and in the temperature range of at least 50-400 K without optional expansion.
The transport properties (including diffusion coefficient, viscosity, electrical, and thermal conductivity, etc.
Both variables were employed to understand the impact of the fluoropolymer on the morphology and transport properties of SIBS S[O.
In particular, macroscopic transport properties such as viscosity, diffusivity, thermal conductivity, etc.
Abstract: The authors study the 2-D electron gas at the interface of NdTi03 and SrTi03 to reveal its nanoscale transport properties.
Bypassing the density of states technique used in previous studies of magneto thermoelectric power, Ghatak offers a more fundamental account, because the Boltzmann transport equation, which controls the study of the charge transport properties of the semiconductor devices, can be solved if and only if the E-k dispersion relation is known, which the density of states approach cannot provide.
Unmatched mechanical & transport properties are the prime factors for the growth of the carbon nanotubes market"
Here, by performing fully self-consistent density functional theory calculations combined with non-equilibrium Green's function technique, we explore the transport properties of three different configurations.
According to Article 270 of the law, a person who deliberately sets fire to land, sea or air transport properties, oil fields and public or private firms, will be handed down a jail sentence ranging between seven and 15 years.
Co-author Dr Owen Guy said: "Graphene has superb electronic transport properties and an intrinsically high surface-to-volume ratio, which makes it ideal for fabricating biosensors.
Research team member Dr Yujia Cai also sees the Hit-And-Run technique and "scissors" as usable tools to make the modified HIV particles on destroying infectious HIV particles inside the human body and enable it to transport properties into cells.
It seems that water is fundamental to the flourishing of life [1], and the hydrogen-bond kinetics [2] plays an important role in the establishment of the transport properties of this liquid.

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